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SYDNEY'S GROWING TOLL ROAD NETWORK WORLD'S MOST EXTENSIVE AND EXPENSIVE, EXPERTS SAY -ABC Radio Sydney 26 Feb 2019
Government promises that toll roads would ease traffic congestion and were crucial to the city's future have been dismissed as rhetorical "rubbish" by Dr Michelle Zeibots, research director of the UTS Transport Research Centre.
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TASMANIAN HEALTH SERVICE PUSHES AHEAD WITH CONTROVERSIAL HOSPITAL OVERCROWDING PROTOCOl- 15 MAY 2019, ABC.NET-
Patients in the Royal Hobart Hospital (RHH) will be left to wait in chairs or on a trolley in meeting rooms, dining rooms and corridors and given a hand bell to call nurses in an effort to combat overcrowding.
US FOUGHT FOR RIGHT TO LAUNCH FRESH CASE AGAINST TWO RWANDANS ACCEPTED BY AUSTRALIA
Court documents show US attorney wanted to be able to prosecute pair again for ‘horrendous’ crime, before they came to Australia in refugee swap deal. Two Rwandans accepted into Australia were accused of crimes so “grave” and “horrendous” that the United States fought for the right to prosecute them a second time, court documents show.
POPULATION GROWTH SURGES PAST 400,000 ON RISING IMMIGRATION 20/6/ 2019
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released its Australian Demographic Statistics for the December quarter of 2018, which revealed that Australia’s population continues to grow manically led by surging net overseas migration (NOM), mostly into Sydney and Melbourne. According to the ABS, Australia’s population rose by 1.6% in the 2018 calendar year, well above the 35-year average
STATES CLIMB $180BN DEBT MOUNTAIN -'GROWTH' SENDING STATES BROKE -19/6/19
"Debt across Australia’s states will explode by more than $100 billion, as governments boost spending on infrastructure..
An analysis of this year’s budget papers by The Australian reveals combined government sector net debt across the eight states and territories will more than double from $81bn this financial year to more than $184bn by the 2023 financial year.
FORGET BOAT PEOPLE, REFUGEES ARRIVING AT AIRPORTS ARE ‘GAMING THE SYSTEM’ ON A GRAND SCALE
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT puts its clearance rate of refugee cases at 38%. A year ago there were 14,000 cases. Since then, the appeals have poured into the tribunal at the rate of around 250 new cases every week. And the more cases there are, the longer it takes to clear them.
Gaming the system has proven remarkably simple in a country that proudly parades its “tough-on-borders” credentials to the world.
In Australia, gaming the system relies on a legal framework that guarantees a fair hearing for anyone with a claim for asylum. At the centre of that system is the AAT, which has been driven to a state of virtual meltdown. These are the numbers:
In July 2016, there were 17,480 cases at the tribunal’s migration and refugee division — by May 2019, that number had grown to 58,442.
In 2014-15, the AAT received 8587 applications for onshore protection visas (asylum) — by 2017-18 the number stood at 27,931.
Applications from Malaysians in that period grew from 1401 to 9319.
The average time to process an application is now 600 days.
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VICTORIA WARNED OVER STATES' $230 BILLION DEBT BINGE July 2019
Victoria’s big-money building program could be steering the state towards fiscal strife, according to a sharp warning by a leading financial ratings agency on spending and borrowing.
SYDNEY, MELBOURNE COMING TO A STANDSTILL AS INFRASTRUCTURE STRUGGLES August 2019
GOVERNMENT'S POPULATION PLANS TO PUSH MIGRANTS OUT TO REGIONAL AREAS August 2019
The Government is launching an inquiry into Australia's migration program, which may further cut immigrant numbers, and move to push more migrants into regional areas.
1 Voter comment: What a stroke of brilliance, NOT! Force immigrants our into regional Australia wher there is even less housing, services, transport and infrastructure.
SYDNEY’S FARMS ON THE URBAN FRINGE PRODUCE 10% OF THE CITY’S FRESH VEGETABLES.
URBAN SPRAWL IS THREATENING SYDNEY’S FOODBOWL 2016
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KENEALLY EXPOSES VISA SYSTEM CHAOS UNDER DUTTON June 2019
The problems with our visa system start with enormous visa application backlogs and ballooning processing times. "Peter Dutton has cut down on the number of partner visas available and created a backlog of 80,000 applications, flouting the Migration Act.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY STILL HAPPEN IN AUSTRALIA. June 2019
REVEALED: HOW THE FIVE WEALTHIEST GULF NATIONS HAVE SO FAR REFUSED TO TAKE A SINGLE SYRIAN REFUGEE 2015
Four million Syrians have fled, most live in Middle Eastern refugee camps
More than 30,000 have risked their lives to reach European shores in 2015
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain have resettled 'zero' refugees
Amnesty International described their inaction in the crisis as 'shameful'
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